Five things schools can do to help tackle racism

‘When we tell children that it is rude to state that someone has “dark”, “light”, “black” or “brown” skin, we are underhandedly saying that there is something wrong with seeing or accepting someone’s differences’

iversity. This word is often thrown around and slotted into various conversations in education. It is also frequently used to justify or

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